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Cruisedeckplans provides full interactive deck plans for the MSC Opera Norma deck. Just move your mouse over any cabin and a pop up will appear with detail information, including a full description and floor layout, and a link to pictures and/or videos. These are the newest deck plans for MSC Opera Norma deck plan showing public venues and cabin numbers and locations.
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Sub Categories on Norma
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Cabin Check Tool
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Accessible cabins on Norma
These cabins are on the MSC Opera
Cabin 9052 Category Interior
Cabin 9053 Category Interior
Cabin 9155 Category Interior
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There is wheelchair access to all public rooms, but there is not elevator access to all passenger decks. You can not recharge wheelchair or scooters in the cabins.
Hearing impairment kits are available on demand, each kit is actually a suitcase filled with devices aimed to help out guests with hearing disability. Through lights and vibrations, they are notified when the alarm clock goes off, when the door bells, when the phone rings and even when the fire and the evacuate the boat alarms go off. Moreover, personal wireless amplifiers to be used in the theaters and the lounges are also available. Light indicators are available in elevators.
We advise guests using a wheelchair to travel with someone who is able to assist them both aboard and ashore. Some ports-of-call require tenders to go ashore and may preclude guests using wheelchairs from leaving the vessel; this decision must be made by the ships Master and is binding. Guests must bring wheelchairs for their own use. Only a limited amount of wheelchairs are available on board.